As leader of Marketing & Product Management (M&PM), Carl Esposito is responsible for strategic planning, product marketing, product management and marketing communications for Honeywell’s $11 billion Aerospace strategic business group.
The M&PM organization creates and drives Honeywell Aerospace strategy through product portfolio integration and product line management. M&PM achieves this through industry modeling and forecasting, business strategy, value proposition development, technology roadmaps, product life cycle plans and marketing communications.
Since joining Honeywell in 1990, Carl has developed comprehensive experience in many facets of the business, including marketing, business and global leadership, engineering, customer support, program management and sales. He has been responsible for over $30 billion in new program wins across the wide spectrum of Aerospace products, most recently at aircraft manufacturers Embraer and Gulfstream.
Previously, Carl was vice president of Marketing & Product Management for Avionics and Flight Control Systems. In this position, Carl led the team to define future avionics systems, create technology roadmaps and drive profitability. Previous roles included vice president of Business & General Aviation for the Europe, Middle East, Africa and India region, responsible for aftermarket business/customer support and worldwide sales; vice president of the Gulfstream/Israeli Aircraft Industries business segment; and vice president of OEM account management and sales.
In 2006, Carl earned Honeywell’s Premier Achievement Award, the highest level of individual recognition within the company. He was selected for membership in the Honeywell Aerospace Executive Forum and Executive Development programs, designed to provide development opportunities for the company's next generation of senior business leaders.
Carl has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He earned Masters of Program Management and Masters of Business Administration degrees from the Keller Graduate School of Management. He is Project Management Professional (PMP) and a certified Six Sigma Green Belt. Carl obtained his private pilot's license in 2001.
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